I’ve been surfing the Net for more than a decade. Blogging almost four years and prior to that, had another site for at least 2 years, but after all that, I’m still not educated enough to offer web hosting tutorials to anyone looking to find a host. My domains are hosted through GoDaddy, which has made life simple for me, but, it’s time to implement my online plan.
What’s the plan? Well, I’m not saying until launched, wouldn’t want to spoil the surprise, but it does involve the need for web hosting. I heard it’s not smart to keep domain URLs registered and web hosting with the same provider and the gal who designed this blog does offer the service (and if her web designs are any indication, I’m sure she’s one of the best web hosting companies). I just need to get off my butt and get a quote from her.
But can I do it myself? I’ve begun to delve into the web hosting tutorials offered by my friends over at Web Hosting Rating, and their site is a wealth of information with useful web hosting articles and tutorials.
Although I’m Web savvy, I’m not THAT tech savvy (just a bit more tech savvy than your average bear) so sifting through the web hosting tutorials is a bit overwhelming for me but digested in small doses, I can make sense of what is being said.
The site’s also a great resource to locate the best web hosting companies. We seem to be obsessed with the “best of the best” and top 10 lists. Over at Web Hosting Rating, you’ll find everything from best blog hosting company to best Unix hosting company.
I’m now making a mental note to stop procrastinating and contact this blog’s designer by the end of the month. Stay tuned!